Actual career HRs appear in parentheses. Data is from 1876-2010. 2011 data is excluded here, though some players may be active. Team listed for a player is the one on which he played the most games.
Home runs above average (HRAA) is a fun little stat I cooked up. For each season, a player's HRAA = HR - AB*LgHR/LgAB. When compared to the league average, home runs are "worth" less in high-HR eras, and more in low-HR eras. The career total for a player is found simply by adding up each season total. See first comment for team/franchise abbreviations. Press F11 if you can't see the whole quiz. The quiz for season leaders is here: http://www.sporcle.com/games/DJC83/mlbmshraa